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TIIE AMERICAN BATTLES

TIIE AMERICAN BATTLES

LII contest, presently going on between the Northern and Southern States of America presents many things about and connected with it which are utterly incomprehensible. Not to speak of the origin of the contest, which in the many changes that have taken place has been all but lo
04 June 1864 - Kilmarnock Weekly Post and County of Ayr Reporter - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
QUEENSLAND GOVERNMENT EMIGRATION OFFICE, 17 GRACECHURrn Smarr, Losocia• ASSISTED EMIGRATION TO QUEENSLAND. Assisted Pavaages are now granted to a limited

QUEENSLAND GOVERNMENT EMIGRATION OFFICE, 17 GRACECHURrn Smarr, Losocia• ASSISTED EMIGRATION TO QUEENSLAND. Assisted Pavaages are now granted to a limited

number of eligible persons, at per head (adult). Female Domestic Servants, £4. The class of persons alone eligible are, ploughmen, road-makers, quarrymen, professed gardeners, and a few miners, carpenters, masons, bricklayers, blacksmiths, wheelwrights, shipwrights, and female d
04 June 1864 - Kilmarnock Weekly Post and County of Ayr Reporter - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

MOVDAY.—In the Commons to-night, notice was given of various Inquiries possessing more or leu of them touching questions that presently hold a very prominent place in public regard. Among these were Lord It. Cecil's notice counterpart of that given by Lord Derby in the lipper Ho
12 March 1864 - Kilmarnock Weekly Post and County of Ayr Reporter - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
YIAMINATIOW.

YIAMINATIOW.

Thomas Anderson, lately farmer in Enoch, la this pari.h of (Arran, now farmer In Peak,il. In the of Dalliy will he examined in the Sherld'Court-= Ayr, Ilidek la, at It o'clock.
12 March 1864 - Kilmarnock Weekly Post and County of Ayr Reporter - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
( 2 SABBATH SCHOOL UNION.

( 2 SABBATH SCHOOL UNION.

The ennnal meeting and soiree of the rnion was held In Portland tip. Church (Rev. A. Homil• totes), on the evening of Tbnrsday, the instant. Mr Andrew Bowman, President of the Union, occupied the chair. Besides the Chairman were the Revs. D V. Thomson, J. Symington, I). T. Jamie
12 March 1864 - Kilmarnock Weekly Post and County of Ayr Reporter - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
£l5O FOR HALF-A-CROWN. EASTER MONEY CLUB. 8,000 SHARES 2: 6d EACH. First Prize, £lso 0 0 Two Prizes of £5O

£l5O FOR HALF-A-CROWN. EASTER MONEY CLUB. 8,000 SHARES 2: 6d EACH. First Prize, £lso 0 0 Two Prizes of £5O

0 0 Two Prizes of £25; five of f2O; ten of £10; twenty of £5; fifty of L 2; and tifty of each. Drawing to take place on the 244 of Merck Either Stamps or Post-Otßce Order, and two directed Stamped Envelopes, one for the Tickets and one for Result-list of Pt izes. BLAND, DivON AR
12 March 1864 - Kilmarnock Weekly Post and County of Ayr Reporter - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
PETER M'LELLAND, I) Y ER, 8 TOWNIIEAD AND 29 GRANGE STREET, MAKES this opportunity of thanking hi* numerous L Customers

PETER M'LELLAND, I) Y ER, 8 TOWNIIEAD AND 29 GRANGE STREET, MAKES this opportunity of thanking hi* numerous L Customers

and the Public in general for the very liberal patronage bestowed on hint since commencing in the above line, and hopes, by strict attention to Business, and charging Moderate Prices, still to receive a continuance of their favours. Velvet Bonnets and Cloaks; Indiana, Merino, Co
12 March 1864 - Kilmarnock Weekly Post and County of Ayr Reporter - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
• "PENNY WISE AND POUND FOOLISH." 'IVO better illustration of this adage is to be seen than in the continuance

• "PENNY WISE AND POUND FOOLISH." 'IVO better illustration of this adage is to be seen than in the continuance

of the old-fashioned custom of wringing clothes by band, by which the clothes are imperfectly wrung,—even with great muscular exertion,—are often torn, and soon wear out Those who pride themselves on the economical management of their Domestic Affairs are using "Harper Twelvetre
12 March 1864 - Kilmarnock Weekly Post and County of Ayr Reporter - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
DREGHORN.

DREGHORN.

Sratons Aoctnezer.—Ou Monday afternoon, while engaged in the harvest operations in the field. an of a very serious nature happened to Mr Robert Dunlop, farmer, Corsehill. lie was sitting on the reaping machine which was drawn by two horses, the same being in charge of a boy who
17 September 1864 - Kilmarnock Weekly Post and County of Ayr Reporter - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
rkl.K I'ATAIIDOUNA DUCK

rkl.K I'ATAIIDOUNA DUCK

I'ATAIIDOUNA DUCK labwrider the cool of • 10 10 ARMS oed 1 C ifribro. The Premises consist of Flata, each 40 feet, and contain an endless Variety of and NM FURNITURK. suitable for the smallest Cottage or UM largest Mansion. The is a aW frisaisel /Miami Secretaries, tbiffonnieres,
17 September 1864 - Kilmarnock Weekly Post and County of Ayr Reporter - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland